DITA and the senior writer survey

Subject: DITA and the senior writer survey
From: "Christine Sigman" <c -dot- m -dot- sigman -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 22:06:23 -0400

Hi all

I am gathering information for an upcoming article on how the move to
DITA/structured authoring affects the daily work life of individual
contributors. I myself am a senior tech writer at a company in the midst of
conversion and feel that this piece of the DITA picture needs more
attention. I've seen plenty of information about the business case and
management case for conversion, but not much about the challenges and
opportunites faced by those at the keyboard.

If you are at any stage in conversion (from exploring options to actually
producing all your content in a structured environment) and would be willing
to fill out a two-page survey about your experience, please contact me at
the email address below. You needn't reveal any information about your
employer nor details about your product.

Thanks very much!

Christine Marini Sigman
c -dot- m -dot- sigman -at- gmail -dot- com

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